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It’s not every day that we stop and think deeply about the past, nor is it necessarily all that common to dive into an intellectual exchange about the nature of history and the historian’s practice writ large. Yet history is all around you. Many students experience history by reading a book on a topic like World War II or even going to visit a historical landmark like the Roman Colosseum in person. Others might experience history by watching films or by witnessing a historical reenactment. Still others experience history by investigating genealogy or listening to family stories.

Herodotus has been called the “Father of History.” His histories of the Roman Empire have been considered one of the earliest examples of a historian treating past events as an important field of study.

Most of us, however, have learned history in a classroom by memorizing important dates and names in order to answer questions about the past events we’ve studied. History through memorization is an important part of being a historian. Historians compile knowable information about past events (some would call these “facts” or the “truth”). They then create narratives or stories about the past so it’s easier to understand.

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BELIEF: I WANT TO LIVE A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE

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Smoking contradicts this belief Exercise accords with this belief

BELIEF: I WANT TO LIVE A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE

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Smoking contradicts this belief Exercise accords with this belief

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  VALID TRUE PREMISES SOUND
All scientists wear glasses. Hannah is a scientist. Therefore, Hannah wears glasses.
Wood comes from trees. My table is made of wood. Therefore, my table comes from trees.
Ducks are birds. Chickens are birds. Therefore, ducks are chickens.

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All scientists wear glasses. some content some content that is longer
All scientists wear glasses. some content some content that is longer

PREMISE something column 3
PREMISE something column 3

Argument: Adena's car broke down, so she will be late.
PREMISE "Adena's car broke down" A premise claims to say something true of the world. In other words, it is a factual claim.
CONCLUSION "she will be late" A conclusion claims to say what follows from the premise(s)

By claiming that the conclusion follows from the premise (indicated by the word "so"), an inferential claim has been made.

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        • Sub-item 4 a) 1. i)
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Description (definition, association) lists:

Term : Description
or
Term
Description
Can be used for more than terms and definitions per se. or
Term
Description Line 1
Description Line 2